Building e-Knowledge Infrastructures and Capabilities.
Through expeditionary initiatives, organizations can develop the
infrastructures, build the competencies, reinvent the processes,
and recalibrate their best practices for learning and knowledge
management in the face of emerging developments in e-knowledge standards,
processes, and marketplaces. Every organizations expeditionary
initiatives and distinctive migration path will change in the face
of developments in these different elements and the organizations
adaptations. As they reshape their expeditionary e-knowledge initiatives,
it will be necessary for organizations to monitor and consider the
impact of all of these factors.
Cascading Reinvention of
Processes and Practices
Ultimately, all of the processes and practices of
knowledge management and learning will be substantially changed,
even transformed. Progressively, organizations will use ICT to reinvent
all organizational processes, including learning, learning support
services, administrative support, and knowledge management. So at
the very time that the e-Knowledge Industry is emerging, its processes
and practices will be reinvented. The scope and nature of reinvention
will expand as new tools, infrastructures, and best practices become
available. Cascading cycles of reinvention will continue over some
time as the killer apps of e-knowledge practice emerge and are refined.
In the future, organizational e-knowledge
processes, knowledge ecologies, and best practices are likely to
be very different than those of today. A cascading series of reinventions
will lead to new strategies, business models, and best practices
for e-learning and e-knowledge management.
Tracking the Indicators of the e-Knowledge